I am no kind of expert on the excellence or otherwise of dictionaries, but the Foley English-Irish Dictionary is special for me because I found my copy in a second-hand bookstore in a country town in Victoria, Australia, about 50 miles from the big city of Melbourne. It was tossed in with a variety of old German reference books and it isn't in as good a condition as the on-line original appears to be. I got it for a couple of dollars and I often dip into it for recreational reading, so I'm delighted that its on-line as it will help me to maintain my copy. I'd love to know how it got to where I found it, chances are there would be a good story attaching to it, but I guess I'll never know.
N'fheadar an bhfuil go leor cóipeanna le fáil nó an fiú é a thabhairt go dtí saineolaí chun go gcuireadh sé a mheas air?